Why changes in agriculture in England in the 18th century can be considered an agrarian revolution.

A revolution is a radical upheaval in the field of worldview, culture, economy; a sharp change in the existing socio-political structure.
Changes in the 18th century in agriculture in England:
1) the folding of large landed property with the capitalist structure;
2) the use of fertilizers, the production of forage crops, an increase in the production of grain and meat;
3) an increase in trade between town and country.
The use of hired workers in agriculture and the disappearance of the peasantry, the growth of agricultural productivity were called the agrarian revolution.

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